|Many of these scooter fans are also car fans. Take this HKS-themed bike, for example! This is what I really like about the scooter community as a whole. They usually don't just have a scooter to tune and play around in, they have a car, too!
|After fueling up, we then made haste to the final Super Sunday destination rally point! Wait, what about Mulholland?!
|Yes, you read that right. For the next point, we had to go up the famous Mulholland Drive! The haven for all things corner carving, even scooters!
|This was the final destination for Super Sunday!
|We made it to the Rock Store! Thank you, B, for throwing that straw wrapper at me. I'll remember that when we swap your Ruckus' GET for a GY6. Just kidding!
What a ride and, man, it was a wonderful site. We hung out with bikers, road racers, and just plain motorcycle enthusiasts. What made it more special was the fact this was the Super Sunday after the passing of the Rock Stores founder, Ed Savko, who left us in April. He and his wife, Vern, helped make the Rock Store what it is since 1961 and I have to say it had to be worth every penny! The looks coming from the riders of all bikes made me realize why they did everything they could to make the Rock Store what it is and I’m glad to hear the Vern will continue that legacy.
|This one picture alone shows you why the Rock Store is important to our culture of all things motor.
You know, you don’t have to be in love with Scooters to have fun on Super Sunday. If you just plain love being around people who enjoy their rides, love journeys, or don’t want to know your destination until you get there, attend a Super Sunday and bring a truck or a trailer and act as a “Chase Vehicle!” However, if you own a scooter and can make it to the next So-Cal Super Sunday in 2013, you need to do yourself a favor; tune your bike for speed and be sure to make it! Super Sundays are like nothing you’ve rode in before!
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